Archive for the ‘ Law ’ Category

The View From The Streets: Immigration

Please take the time to watch this fantastic episode of ‘The View From The Streets: Immigration’. This Video features a series of interviews in Hackney (East London) and Wood Green (North London). The interviewees are real people giving real opinions on the controversial issue of immigration

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New Stephen Lawrence Allergations

New allegations have emerged in relation to the Stephen Lawrence legal inquiry. Please watch this footage from the BBC News, and leave your feedback in the comments section. I will be following this story in the future. Rest In Peace Stephen Lawrence.

Role Model?

As yesterday was Father’s Day in the United Kingdom I started to question the role of the farther in modern day Britain. I will reflect on the changing nature of the family structure and it’s effects on fatherhood. I will conclude by looking at the potential new family dynamics which seem to be evolving within the modern world.

Extended family

The Darling Buds of May

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Racist Police In Great Britain

Just after the British police battled to save their public image with the re-trial and jailing of two members of the gang of racist thugs who stabbed Stephen Lawrence to death in 1993 and got away with it for nearly 20 years; negative relations between the police and the black British public seem to have declined yet again. The 1997 Stephen Lawrence Inquiry conducted by Sir William Macpherson titled, ‘The Inquiry Into The Matters Arising From The Death Of Stephen Lawrence’ found that the Metropolitan Police was ‘institutionally racist’ Continue reading

Digital Economy Act 2010

The inter-net police are after you! Now you have to be extra careful about what you do with your mouse because if you click on the wrong box it could be over for your internet connection!

The British public will be under scrutiny for there musical tastes and desires to watch online media in the comfort of their own homes. Due to the high number of internet users downloading free media content big businesses have found a way to fondle the government into developing a Digital Economy Act which gives the government the power to stop and search our computers at any time for content which has been downloaded for free! Continue reading

Human Rights For Child/Sex Abusers?

The Supreme Court have ruled it is illegal to force sexual offenders to be on the British sex offenders register without the right for an appeal to be taken off the list!

Supreme Court London

Inside the Supreme Court

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